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Facebook Live: How Trends in Streaming Can Influence SEMA Members to Make Better Business Decisions

By Ashley Reyes

Matthew BoiceThe pandemic seems to have accelerated the online streaming market, with videos available on demand and catering to any lifestyle or interest group. Get a firsthand perspective about the changing landscape of media and trends in direct-to-consumer, subscription-based media streaming services during the SEMA Facebook Live Chat featuring Matthew Boice, vice president of sales for the automotive aftermarket, at MotorTrend Group—a Discovery Communications Company—March 10, at 12:00 p.m. (PST). Live Chats are open Q&As that make it possible for the industry to tap into knowledge and communicate directly with the featured guest.

Boice, who brings 15 years of experience in print and digital media, has a unique perspective, and has seen firsthand how the media landscape has evolved. He will discuss and field questions on trends in streaming services, including how the cable distribution model continues to be disrupted by the pandemic, and how consumers are offered choices to platforms that cater to their specific interests. As these offerings continue to increase, understanding this trend can help individuals make better business decisions.

Boice was named the SEMA Young Executives Network Vanguard Award recipient in 2019, served as co-chair of the SEMA Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN), was President’s Club member of the SEMA Political Action Committee and participated as a member of the SEMA Show Committee.

Location: SEMA Association Facebook page.